• Homeward Bound Pet of the Week: Ivory

    Meet Ivory, a 2-year-old, 30 lb. terrier mix who came to us as a shy puppy who didn’t want to come out to play.  It took a few weeks for her to trust people again.  Today, she is a fun-loving girl who can’t get enough.  She loves to walk on a leash and especially enjoys running […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Ascites And Spindle Cell Sarcoma

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    This week, the Doctors discuss Ascites in a patient whose lung Cancer is being treated by the Jimmy Carter Immune Therapy. What is it? How is it treated? They also touch on the Spindle Cell Sarcoma. How serious is it? What are the different kinds of Sarcomas? The doctors also give a brief Covid update. […]

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  • The Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. The English term tribulation comes from a Latin word meaning “to press or squeeze.” Being under pressure can squeeze the life out of a person, unless they have new life in Christ. Tribulation is defined as a state of great trouble or suffering. Jesus warned his followers, “In […]

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  • Buttercup (Bittercup) Control

    Buttercup is a longstanding problem for many pastures. Fields of yellow can be beautiful to look at when driving down the highway, but large populations of buttercup creates problems for livestock that are trying to forage. Let’s talk about these weeds and what can be done to control them in pastures and hayfields. There are […]

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  • Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. Jesus said, “These things I have spoken to you that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy may be full.” John 15:11. Too many times devil disciples have stolen my joy; but I reclaim it with the Word of God. One of my favorite verses […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet of the Week: Bentley

    Looking for the perfect family dog?  Meet Bentley!  He’s just over a year old but has the maturity of an older dog. Maybe he never had the chance to be a puppy in his prior life; something we’ll never know.  Don’t get us wrong!  When given the opportunity, he loves to run and play fetch!  […]

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  • BearWise

    Black bears are out and about. While people enjoy having them around, it’s important to remember that these animals are wild. Sometimes, when you see the bear time and again you may feel a personal connection to that bear. That feeling is probably not reciprocated. Interactions with bears are inevitable to a certain level, so […]

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  • Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

    Have you seen small white cottony balls on hemlock trees? If you have then that means those trees are infested with Hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA). Let’s look at why it’s important to preserve hemlocks, what is the pest that is killing them, and what you can do to save them. We are getting to the […]

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  • The Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. We see the outward appearance of a person, but God sees inside; the heart of the matter. Woodrow Kroll wrote, “The heart of the problem is the problem with the heart.” Matthew 15:19, “For out of the heart proceed evil . . .”  Born-again believers have a new […]

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  • Pet Of The Week: Titan!

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    This weeks star of the show is Titan! Titan is a 13 week old puppy that is headed to his forever home! Rena takes this time to discuss how the adoption process works at the Humane Society Of Blue Ridge. She also touches on the adjustment periods dogs need when being introduced to a new […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Developing Amyloidosis And Antiphospholipid Syndrome

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    This morning, The doctors discuss a question regarding Developing Amyloidosis after two Stem cell treatments. What can Amyloidosis affect and what is the treatment? They also touch on Antiphospholipid Syndrome. What is it? What causes it? How is it treated? Dr. Whaley also discusses the latest in Covid-19 news! All This and more on Ask […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week: Tater

    Meet Tater, a 2 ½ year old, 40 lb. blend of sweetness and cuteness.  He was adopted about a year ago and was just returned due to a change in family circumstances.  Tater is a bit confused as to why he no longer has a family but is just as calm and sweet as ever.  […]

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  • Tax Tips With Beth Bennett: Delays in Tax Returns

    This morning, Beth Bennett is here to give us the latest in tax news. She discusses the new deadline for filing taxes being moved to May 17th. She also wants to remind everyone that the deadline for quarterly payments is still April 15th. Lastly, she discusses why tax returns may be a little later than […]

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  • Pet Of The Week: Tux!

    Pet of the Week, dog, puppy, Katrina,

    This week, we are joined by Tux! Rena discusses his major weight loss coming up to a total of losing 30 pounds! With Tux looking better, and feeling better, than he was before, he’s ready for his forever home. Tux needs to be the only dog in your home and doesn’t get along with cats. […]

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